OUI/DWI Attorney in Granville, Massachusetts
If you were arrested in Granville, your case would be in the Westfield District Court. The Westfield District Court also hears cases from Westfield, Agawam, Blandford, Chester, Montgomery, Russell, Southwick, and Tolland.
Westfield District Court
224 Elm Street
Westfield, MA 01085
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The Westfield District Court presiding First Justice is the Honorable Philip A. Contant. Arraignments, Pre-trial Conferences, violation of probation hearings, and motions are heard every day Monday through Friday. The Westfield District Court conducts jury trials one full week during every month. During the jury week, the Westfield District Court often has a second judge brought into the courthouse to hear jury trials. There are three different courtrooms in the Westfield District Court. The main courtroom is on the first floor; there are two smaller courtrooms on the second floor. The Hampden County District Attorney also has an office in the building and is also located on the second floor.
The Clerk-Magistrate is Carol J. Kantany- Casartello. She and her staff preside over show cause hearing's, probable cause hearing's, and motor vehicle citation hearings; which are all heard during the week.
The Chief Probation Officer is James J. Lyons.
Westfield, Massachusetts Resource Links
No matter what kind of OUI charge you are facing, you can rely on my firm for competent legal help. You can call on The Law Offices of Attorney Joseph D. Bernard for:
- First Time OUI
- Multiple OUI
- OUI and drugs
- OUI with injury
- Out of state OUI
- RMV Hearings
- Driver's License Restoration
- Leaving the scene
- Vehicular Manslaughter
- Other Practice Areas
Contact my firm to arrange for a free consultation to learn more about the situation you are facing. A thorough analysis of your case can be done to help you proceed in the best possible manner.